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The directions for icommand say:
"2) The native library 'libicmdbluez.so' to interface with BlueZ is provided with the icommand distribution.
Copy the library into the Java Development Kit (JDK): cp libicmdbluez.so $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/i386, where $JAVA_HOME is"
I can't find the file anyplace.
Curiously, I seemed to synch up to my nxt as it found my linux system and I could make a icommand.properties file.
However, when I run a simple program:
I get this error:
Properties location: /home/rei/icommand.properties
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no icmdbluez in java.library.path
I assume it's because I couldn't put ibicmdbluez.so in my jre/lib/i386 folder.
I looked in version .05 too but couldn't find it there.
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I second Shawn, I am running Ubuntu and need to get it working on Eclipse. Using bluez directly seems very cool but the native library is not there
could some1 please let us know where to find it? thnx
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